Donegal GAA Club Call

Donegal GAA Club Call
For a comprehensive look at all that is happening in the GAA Clubs of Donegal, read on . . .

For a comprehensive look at all that is happening in the GAA Clubs of Donegal, read on . . .

MILFORD

Seniors/Reserves*

Letterkenny Gaels v CLG BnaG

Pairc na Gael, Sunday @ 11am & 12.30pm

Our Seniors and Reserves play their second last games of the season

this Sunday away to Letterkenny Gaels. As it comes down to the wire

for the Seniors they will be looking for a big 2 points in their quest

for promotion and all support to make the short trip to Letterkenny

would be much appreciated. The Reserves will be looking to bounce back

from their defeat to Naomh Brid at the weekend and keep themselves in

contention for the Reserve title. Throw in times are at the early

times of 11am for Reserves and 12.30 for the Seniors due to the Senior

Championship Final at 4pm

Gaelic4Mothers & Others National Blitz*

Good luck to our G4M&O team travel to the Naomh Mearnog Club in

Portmarnock for the annual G4M&O Blitz this Saturday.

U16 Ladies*

CLG BnaG v Fanad Gaels

TBC, Tuesday 20th @ TBC

Our U16 Ladies will take on neighbours Fanad Gaels in a playoff to

determine who advances to the County Final. Time and venue for next

Tuesdays day are yet to be announced but all support would be greatly

appreciated.

Parish League Final*

The Finals of U8 and U10 Parish Leagues will take place this Friday

evening at 5.30 sharp. Hope everyone can be there to support the

children for the final night of games this year. Presentations will

take place afterwards on the pitch and refreshments will then be

served in the clubhouse.

Intermediate Championship Quarter Final Replay*

CLG BnaG 2-10 Naomh Brid 2-7

The Seniors took another step towards promotion with a big two points

over Naomh Brid on Saturday. They didn’t get off to an ideal start

however when shortly after Cathal Mc Gettigan opened the scoring with

a free but the Ballintra men nipped in for a goal after 3 minutes

despite some last ditch blocks from Paddy Peoples and Gary Merritt.

There were few scores in the opening quarter but it was Naomh Brid who

got the next point before Pauric Curley got one for Na Galloglaigh

after 17. Curley was involved again a minute later when he won a

breaking ball off Luke Barrett to set Christopher Barrett away on a

one on one with the keeper and he coolly finished to the bottom

corner. Joey Cullen almost added a second goal a minute after that but

his effort was well saved for a 45. From the resultant 45 McGettigan

took it short to Gavin Grier who put it over the bar to put the blues

2 points up. This was certainly a purple patch for the lads as after

22 Gary Merritt scored a sublime score off his left foot and after 23

Kyle Black scored a lovely point from distance. Na Galloglaigh never

really pushed on from this despite their dominance and it was the

Ballintra men who got the last score of the half to leave it 1-5 to

1-2 at the break. The boys had been wasteful of possession throughout

the half and just hadn’t quite got firing on all cylinders yet. Naomh

Brid got the opening point of the half but this was quickly responded

to by points from Kyle and Chippie before another Brid point on 43.

McGettigan put another point between the sides before scoring a goal

for himself after 45. Substitute Adam Serrinha, who done very well

after replacing Jonny Logue, blocked a clearance before chipping the

ball to McGettigan who didn’t have to break stride before finishing to

the corner. Naomh Brid pointed just before Darragh Black got his name

on the scoresheet but the margin was reduced to just 4 points after 51

minutes when Ballintra ghosted in for a goal. This made for a more

nervy finale then it needed to be as Na Galloglaigh had been on top in

almost all areas of the field. Serrinha found himself through to

almost put 7 between the sides again before his heels were clipped and

a Naomh Brid defender received a black card. Luke Barrett scored the

free to put 5 between the sides. Naomh Brid scored 2 late points but

the 2 points that matter go to Na Galloglaigh who are now 5 points

clear of Burt in second, although they have 2 games in hand. The boys

should have won this game today more comfortably and were well on top

in defence, possession, and chances created, but just lacked that

clinical edge they have shown all year that they are capable of.

Nevertheless a win is a win and thats all that will matter from the

last 2 games of the season either. Next fixture for the boys is away

to Letterkenny Gaels on Sunday 18th October. Team: Sean Gallagher,

Gary Merritt (0-1), Sean Black, Kieran Sheridan, Gavin Grier (0-1),

Enda McHugh, Darragh Black (0-1), Joey Cullen, Luke Barrett (0-1),

Kyle Black (0-2), Pauric Curley (0-1), Jonny Logue, Paddy Peoples,

Cathal McGettigan (1-2) Christopher Barrett (1-1). Subs: Adam Serrinha

for Logue (37m), Tj Evesson, Paul Grier, Kane Barrett, Patrick Ferry

Reserves

CLG BnaG 2-10 Naomh Brid 3-11

The Reserves hopes of a Division 3 Reserve league title took a big

blow on Saturday when they went down by 4 points to Naomh Brid. They

got off to a great start when Dylan Hegarty found the net after 2

minutes and were well on top in the opening exchanges but didn’t

reflect that on the scoreboard. Naomh Brid scored a goal in the last

minute of normal time in the half to leave just 2 between them at the

half, 1-5 to 1-3. Na Galloglaigh got off to another good start in the

second half when Kieran Gorman got himself a goal after 33 minutes,

but there was an instant reply from Naomh Brid as they went up the

field to score a goal themselves. Again the boys had been playing well

but were guilty of not taking chances. Naomh Brid went ahead after 38

and left Na Galloglaigh with a lot to do when they got their third

goal after 42. With the boys 4 points down and battling hard against a

resilient Ballintra outfit Dean Burgess made himself a great goal in

injury time chance but his effort unfortunately went narrowly wide.

The boys didn’t do themselves justice on the day against a harder

working Naomh Brid side and will be relying on other results to go

their way if they are to win the title. Team: Gavin McFadden, Barry

McNulty, Cormac Friel, Ryan Ferry (0-1), Paul Grier (0-1), Dean

Burgess, Kieran Gorman (1-1), Anthony Fisher (0-1), Caolan Mc Gettigan

(0-3), Paul Fisher (0-2), Luke Trearty, Dylan Hegarty (1-1), Patrick

Ferry. Subs: Emmet Conaghan for McNulty (5m), Caolan Bolton and Ciaran

McHugh for Trearty and Hegarty (HT), Paddy Mc Carron and Martin Doyle

for Conaghan and R. Ferry (40m), Conall McFadden

U16 Ladies

Our U16 Girls are through to a playoff with Fanad Gaels to decide who

advances into the County Final. Date and venue for this game is yet to

be announced

U12 Girls Parish League

The U12 Girls Parish League continues this Friday at 6pm with the

Final scheduled for Friday 16th at 6pm

Lotto

This week’s lotto numbers were 2-10-12-13. No jackpot winner, 2 drawn

winners, win €35 each. Jim Gormally and Vincent Ferry. Next weeks

Jackpot is €1,220. Don’t forget you can enter the lotto from the

comfort of your own home by playing through our own FREE Club App.

Usual rules apply, pick 4 numbers per box, €2 and €5 options

available. Numbers must be entered before 10pm or else they roll over

to the next week. Perfect way for our many supporters and exiles

overseas who would like to continue to support their Club.

Training Schedules

Seniors - Tues & Thurs @ 7pm (Pitch)

Senior Ladies - Mon & Wed @ 7pm, Sat @ 10am (Pitch)

Minors - Fri @ 8pm, Sun @ 10am (Pitch)

U16s - Fridays @ 7pm (Pitch)

U16 Ladies - Mon & Wed @ 7pm, Sat @ 10am (Pitch)

U14 Ladies - Mon @ 5pm (Pitch).

U12 Mixed - Wed @ 6pm (Convent Gym)

Underage Coaching

Anyone interested in getting involved in the coaching of underage

teams are asked to contact Shaun Paul Barrett on 086-6052169

Lotto Database

Lotto database players are reminded that end of year payments are now

due. Anyone wishing to join the lotto database in 2015 can download

the standing order form from the Club website or contact Joe McNulty.

The benefits of joining the database are:

- Full family membership for 2015 included

- Entered into every draw every week

- Automatically in Christmas hamper draw (One for database members only)

- 11 weeks free entry to lotto draw

Lotto Sellers Required

The Club is seeking lotto sellers in the Milford, Ramelton and

Rathmullan areas. If you are interested contact Joe McNulty on

086-8547114

Contact Us

For all information and queries contact MilfordDonegalGAA@Gmail.com,

follow us on Twitter on @CLGBnaG, and on Facebook on

www.facebook.com/clgbaile.nangalloglach or see our website

www.clgbnag.com

CLG BnaG Club Gear

A selection of club gear is available to order. Photos and prices of

these items are on the club website and on the new Team App. Orders

can be placed with Agnes Ryan 0868194751.

LETTERKENNY GAELS

Both our senior and reserves were defeated by Buncrana at the weekend.

Fixtures for upcoming matches will be posted on Facebook.

With only one week remaining until the curtains are drawn on the

Letterkenny Gaels production of Widow’s ‘Paradise, rehearsals are

continuing and the anticipation is building for the Paddy O’Connor

produced comedy which will be staged at the club house from 21st-25th

of October.

Tickets priced at €10 can be obtained from the following businesses;

Swilly Group, Murrays Pharmacies Ramelton, Arena 7, George Sweeny’s

Shop, Thomas Keys Shop, Blacks Shop Lr. Main Street & The Silver

Tassie Hotel & Spa or from cast members or Gaels Club members.

The U-13 footballers had a good win over Urris on Sunday past and have

topped their league. Training continues on Wednesday and Friday’s from

6-7pm

Good luck to all our U-8 & U-10 Hurlers and Camogs who travel to Croke

Park on Monday to take part in the Centra Choice of Champions hurling

& camogie event.

Camogie training resumes on Friday 6th November at the LYIT Sports

Hall from 6 - 6.45pm. Contact 086 8163505 for information.

Indoor football for the underage teams starts on Friday 6th November

at the Aura from 7.30 - 8.30pm. Contact 087 2282386 for information.

Tickets for the GAA National Draw will be on sale soon. This is a

great way of raising much needed funds for the club. Tickets will be

available from club members.

Sympathy is extended to Sean Mc Brearty and the extended family on the

passing of Sean’s father Con Mc Brearty, Kilcar. Ar dheis de go raibh

a anam.

For regular club updates and photos see our club web page, Facebook

page or follow us on Twitter @LetterkennyGael

CILL CHARTHA

Our seniors made the long trip to Malin on Saturday and were well

defeated by the home side 4-14 to 0-10 was the final result we were

missing a number of first team players and this defeat ends our hopes

of retaining the division one title, our reserves moved top of their

league following a 1-16 to 1-06 win also in Malin both teams are at

home to Four Masters on Saturday reserves are on at 3:30pm and seniors

at 5pm.

Club Meeting

Monthly Club Meeting on Monday night the 19th October in The Tea Rooms Towney

Comórtas Peile na Gaeltachta

Mar eolas duit níor himríodh Cluichí Ceannais Comórtas Peile na

Gaeltachta in Ard a’ Ratha ar an 1ú Meitheamh de bharr na haimsire.

Seo iad na ath-shocruithe don Satharn, 24ú Deireadh Fómhair in Ard a’

Ratha:

Sóisir: 12.45 Na Dúnaibh v Oileáin Arann agus Sinsir: 14.30 Cill

Chartha v Naomh Conaill

Béidh na cluichí a chraoladh beo ar Raidio na Gaeltachta. Béidh na

cluichí le feiceáil beo ar TG4. The All Ireland Gaeltacht final has

been confirmed for Saturday 24thOctober at 14:30pm and will be

broadcast live on TG4.

Underage

Hard luck to our Under 16’s who were defeated 2-07 to 3-11 in the

county semi-final by a strong St Eunans side in Dungloe it has been a

great year for the lads and well done for all they have achieved in

fact it’s been a strong season all round by our underage teams well

done to all. Our Under 13s play Naomh Columba in the division 2

semi-final in Ardara at 7:45pm this Tuesday.

Ten Week Development Draw

Our annual Ten Week Development Draw starts on Sunday October 25th

with €25,000 in prizes over the ten weeks, tickets will be on sale

locally from any committee member or you can buy online via the club

website, this is a vital fundraiser for the club so please support.

Scor Na Nog

Scor Na Nog is due to take place in the coming weeks. It would be

lovely to see as many young people as possible taking part this year

to represent their club. If anyone would like to give a helping hand

to organise the event your help would be greatly appreciated. The

following acts are needed: Solo Singer, Ballad Group, Instrumental

Group, Storyteller, Set and Ballad Dancers and Quiz Team. Call or text

Honora: 087-7925603

Lotto

There was one winner of the Club Lotto Plus Jackpot of €200, Donna

Carr, Main Street, Kilcar was the winner the Club Jackpot is now

€5,100 numbers drawn on Sunday were 4, 13, 15 and 22. Lotto Plus

numbers 2, 5, 9 and 13.

Bingo

No winner of our Club Bingo so next week’s Jackpot is now €5,600 on 45

numbers. This Sunday’s winners were €150 Theresa Gallagher, €80 Marie

Cunningham, Margaret McShane, €70 Tom Campbell, Marion Boyle, Mary

Carr, Sadie McShane, Ann Lowther, Kathleen Kearney, Brid Kennedy, Brid

McCallaig and Nollaig Gillespie.

Congratulations from all at CLG Cill Chartha to Michelle and Kevin

Lowther and Laura and Ronan McCloskey on the births of their new

arrivals.

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family and

friends of Con Brady, Churchtown who sadly passed away recently. Ar

dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.

For the latest news visit our website www.clgchillchartha.com you can

also follow us on Facebook and Twitter at facebook.com/CillCharthaGAA

and @KilcarGAA

RED HUGHS

Senior Men The senior lads left heartbroken after losing out to Naomh

Ultan in the Junior A final replay in Mc Cumhaill Park On Saturday

evening. The Naomh Ultan lads started on the front foot and took the

game to out lads from the first whistle. They were 1-2 to no score up

after only 11 minutes of the first half. The Reds struggled to get

into the game and missed a few chances to get on the score sheet. The

Dunkineely men added another point to go 1-3 to no score ahead. It was

in injury time that the Reds got a life line. A free from Damien

dropped short and fumbled by the full back. Pauric Mc Menamin was

first to react and punched the ball into the net. That was to be the

last action of the first half. Half time score was Red Hughs 1-0 Naomh

Ultan 1-3

The second half was only 4 minutes old when disaster struck once more,

a high ball into the box was not dealt with and ended up falling

kindly to a Dunkineely forward and he finished it to the net to go 2-3

to 1-0 in front again. The Dunkineely men were reduced to 14 men in

the 8th minute of the second half for a second yellow card offence.

The Reds then upped the ante and pushed forward. A point from Damien

Brown and another from Dylan Irwin started the revival. A well taken

goal then from Calvin Bradley narrowed the gap to a single point as

the Reds started to boss the game. With ten minutes to go the game

became stop start with injuries on both sides. This broke the momentum

that the Reds had going. The Naomh Ultan lads scored another point to

open the gap to 2 points. But the Reds kept plugging away Damien

scored a long range point to bring it back to a one point game on the

stroke of 30 minutes played. With 4 minutes injury time to play it was

frantic stuff. Three minutes into injury Johnny Carlin scored the best

point of the game knocking over a long range point from the outside of

his left foot to tie the game up. Naomh Ultan had one last attack and

earned themselves a 45 that was struck over by there centre half back.

The Dunkineely lads one the kick out and held the ball until the

referee sounded the final whistle to break the hearts of the Red Hughs

lads. The Final Score was Red Hughs 2-5 Naomh Ultan 2-6.

Under 13 Girls

Well done to the Red Hughs u13s girls beating Dungloe on Saturday to

reach the Championship final. It was a great team performance.

Thanks to all the supporters who came to cheer on the girls and to the

parents for refreshments afterwards.

The final will take place this Sunday in Donegal Town where they will

play Naomh Columba Throw in 12.15pm Best of luck to the girls and

management.

Training this week on Thursday at 6.15pm.

Well done to the Red Hughs girls who got through for the Donegal

Ladies Development squads after a few weeks off trials. u13s Aimee

Callaghan, Maddison White and U15s Eimear Gallagher.

Sympathy

The club extend their sympathy to the Paton Family Dromore and the Mc

Glinchey family Magherabouy on their recent family bereavements. May

Roy and Susie rest in peace.

ST NAULS

Congratulations to our U13 girls as they head off to the County Final

on Sunday. Well done to Frankie Greene, Donna Ní Cheallaigh, Alison

McGready and all the girls on their success to date!

MINOR BOARD Presentation Night will take place on Friday 23rd October

at 7.30pm. in the Clubhouse. A special guest will be in attendance!

LADIES PRESENTATION NIGHT: Ladies Presentation night will be held on

Friday 30th October at 7.00pm at the Clubhouse. The Donegal Ladies

Captain, Katy Herron, will be presenting the awards.

AGM: Ladies Board AGM is on Friday 6th November at 7.00pm at the Clubhouse.

SCOR na nOG: With Scór Na Nog due to take place in the coming weeks,

we are looking out for talent to represent our club. The following

acts are needed: Solo Singer, Ballad Group, Instrumental Group,

Storyteller, Set and Ballad Dancers and Quiz Team. If anyone would

like to participate or get involved in any way, please contact Ann

Marie Sheerin on 087 2749158.

Brian McCabe would like to sincerely thank everyone who supported his

recent Quiz night; to all the businesses who donated spot prizes and

to everyone who came along on the night. Brian has raised 810 euro so

far for Crumlin Childrens Hospital. All that’s left to do now is run

the marathon. Well done Brian.

ST MARY’S CONVOY

6-10-15 Club Lotto 9 people with 2 counties. Counties were TE, OY,

LK, AH Next week jackpot €2600

Five people will get €20 each. Rosleen Houston , Alison Wilson ,John

lynch, Marian Prunty , Seamus O Donnell Convoy.

Ladies Training on Friday @7.30 and Game on Sunday V Aodh Rua

G4M&0 at 8.15 on Wed

U 13 boys training as Norm Well on done on your super win over R.Emmets

U 13 Girls training as Norm Well Done to The Girls on a super

Performance on Sat away to Termon B . The Girls now take part in U13

girls finals Day at Four Masters, Donegal Town on Sunday 18th October

at 1.30 v Killybegs.

Underage Training Fri 6-7 All Coaches please attend as our number are

big and we Need ALL our Coaches out .Our U 10 Squad had been invited

to take part in a Blitz on Sat Morning Details at Training on Friday

Evening.

Reserve Men away to Carndonagh at the weekend .

ST EUNAN’S

Sunday marks the biggest day in the club football calendar as we head

for MacCumhaill Park to take on Naomh Conaill in the Senior county

final. Throw in is at 4pm.

Congratulations to the U-16 boys football team who turned in a fine

performance to defeat Kilcar 3-11 to 2-07 and qualify for the county

final. The boys now face MacCumhaill’s in the final, this Saturday at

4pm in Convoy, all support welcome.

Well done also to the U-13 girls team who defeated MacCumhaill’s in

their county semi final at the weekend. The county final final takes

place in Coláiste Ailigh, Letterkenny at 11.45am this Sunday against

Aodh Ruadh. Please come out and support the girls.

The Senior footballers, fielding a very young side, were defeated by

St. Michael’s in their league match at the weekend 5-11 to 0-14.

Well done to the U-13 hurlers who had two more wins over the weekend,

beating Na Magha and Kevin Lynch’s.

The U-13 footballers defeated Naomh Padraig, Muff 3-15 to 2-07 while

the Dev. side beat Burt 3-14 to 4-10.

The Club secured provisional confirmation of an €80,000 grant under

the Sports Capital programme last week, which will go towards the

installation of a floodlit artificial playing surface development at

O’Donnell Park grounds. Many thanks to Councillor Jimmy Kavanagh and

Minister Joe McHugh for their help and support in securing these vital

funds. Thanks also to Niall Doherty, Pauric McDaid and everyone who

assisted the club with our application.

Many thanks to all the volunteers who helped with the cleanup at the

Clubhouse at the weekend.

Anyone interested in taking part in Scór na nÓg should contact the

club Cultural Officer, Fergus McGee. Phone: 086 85 44445 or by e-mail

to fermcgee@gmail.com Full details on the Club website and Facebook

page.

The Hurling Academy is currently on a break but will return in

November, indoors at the Aura Leisure Centre. Full details to follow.

The Century Cinemas Football Academy is on Sundays at 11am. New

members are always welcome to both academies. For more information,

please contact Ciaran Maguire, 087 4133372, Eugene Duffy, 086 8430240

or Eunan O’Donnell 087 6775637.

The Clubhouse at O’Donnell Park is now available to book for parties,

functions, etc. Contact Niall on 086-3062893 for further

information/bookings.

This week’s lotto numbers will be issued by club email as soon as available.

NA ROSSA

The club’s monthly meeting takes place this Thursday evening in

McCready’s starting at9pm.

Good luck to Martin Regan and neighbours Naomh Conaill in this

weekend’s championship final. From all at the club.

The lotto draw took place last Monday evening in the hall. Numbers

drawn were 4,5,17 & 20. No jackpot winner on the night. Two lucky dips

receive €50 Jennifer Laughlin, Leitir & Fiachra Mcgettigans,

Derrylaconnell.The jackpot remains at €9000.

NAOMH COLUMBA

Huge congratulations to our U13 girls team on getting to the county

final, The Final is being Played this Sunday at 12:15pm in Donegal

town against Red Hughs So best of luck to our wee Ladies and

Management team of Laura Cunnea, Bernadette Carr & Sarah Mc Morrow.

Good luck also to our u13 boys team who face kilcar in Ardara on

Tuesday in The Semi Final at 7:45pm

At the time of going to press there was no other Fixtures but keep an

eye on facebook for all the updates as and when they happen.

Last week’s Bingo winners

€60 Maire Gillespie; €80 Martina byrne; €100 Mary Diver;

Next week’s Snowball is €1,020 Jack the Joker is €530

10 week fundraising draw Results

Week 6

Fully Paid up members Draw, €250 winners,

Majella & Aidan Mc Ginley;

€1000, Mary Boyle, Errigal Seafood

€400, Ollie & Adalene Mockler, Teelin

€200, Steven Jones, Gannew

€200, Melaine Mc Gill, Straleel

€200, Colm Mc Shane, Teelin

County final weekend is upon us, Our 1990 heroes are being honoured at

half time.

The bus leaves Carrick at 12pm on Sunday.

The Club ties can be got from Kevin Mc Ginley, Dessie Beag Cunningham

and Kevin Doherty.

For more information keep an eye on facebook for more info.

Our Club lotto hits €2,700 this week so please support it.

NAOMH CONAILL

There was no winner of this week’s Gaa lotto, the numbers drawn out

were 6-14-18-25 and the 2x€50 went to Mamie Coyle, Tangavane and

Caoimhe Mc Callaig, Lacklea. Next week’s jackpot will be €3,400.

The 4th club 200+ draw took place on the 6/10/15 an the winners were

€500 Phil & Ann Gallagher(phildy) and 5x€100 Patrick Gill Mennalargan,

Pauline Doherty Mennahalla, Sean Mc Monagle Fintown, Mary Boyle

Stracastle, John Byrne Teelin c/o Vinny. Congratulations to all the

winners and the next draw will take place on the 3rd November.

Naomh Conaill would like to thank all our sponsors, sellers and

everyone who bought tickets for the Harvest fair draw and the draw

took place in Leos Bar on Saturday 10th October.1st prize Heifer

Martin Regan Jnr Glenties, 2nd prize Pure bred Texel ram lamb Hugh

Eamonn Boyle Glen rd, 3rd prize €300cash Breda Wright Fintown, 4th

prize 10bags Coal Denis Mc Gill Glenties, 5th prize Hamper Kevin

Keeney Tullyhonver, 6th prize €100 oil voucher Jimmy Mc Kelvey

Fintown, 7th prize €50 travel voucher Martina Mc Devitt Glen Road, 8th

prize 1year wheelie bin collection Colin Bonner Glenties.

Good luck to Martin, Cathal and all the Naomh Conaill Senior team who

will take on St Eunans in the RTE RaIdio Na Gaeltachta final on Sunday

the 18th October in Mac Cumhaill Park Ballybofey at 4pm.

Well done to our u13 girls on their victory over Muff. A great display

of football from this mighty wee team. Another County Final to add to

the wee clubs’ books.

What a great end to a brilliant season for our senior ladies team,

well done to our senior ladies, Hughie and Pat. On behalf of our

senior ladies, the management and ladies board we would just like to

take this opportunity and thank our sponsors, family and our

supporters who came out and braved all sorts of weather conditions

(this year lol) to cheer us on, your support was greatly appreciated

by the team and management.

REALT NA MARA BUNDORAN

Bunotto Results 9/10/15

There was no Jackpot winner this week. The winning numbers were 2, 3,

6, 11, 20.The 3 x € 50 winners were Maeve McGrath Belcoo Co Fermanagh.

Dessie McCormack Annaghmore Co Armagh. Aoibhe O Donnell West End

Bundoran.Next weeks Jackpot will be € 1800. We thank everyone for

their continued support of our Bunotto each week.

UNDERAGE

Well done to Adam McGlone Adam Gallagher and Mason Collins who lined

out for the South Donegal U14 team last weekend.

Ladies

U16 training continues on Mondays and Thursdays at the usual times.

Bord na nOg

A bag packing day to raise funds for Bord na nOg will take place in

Cosgroves Supervalu on Saturday 31st October. It is hoped as many

parents of underage children as possible will give an hour of their

time to lend a hand with this important fundraiser. It is also hoped

that the Annual Bord na nOg Social will take place in November .

Seniors and Reserves

Both teams travelled to Cloughaneely on Saturday evening last. An

understrength Reserves side lost out comprehensively by 4-7 0-2 with

our only two scores of the game coming from minors Timmy Govorov and

Niall Carr. The Seniors continued their winning ways with an

impressive second half display. Going in at halftime level 0-5 each

two Jamie Brennan goals saw them run out comfortable winners on a 2-12

1-8 scoreline.Next weekend sees both teams host Sean McCumhaills in

their penultimate league fixture.

Co Final

We now know our Intermediate Final opponents following Naomh

Colmcille’s impressive win over Fanad Gaels in Sunday’s replay.The

game is scheduled for Sunday October 25th but no time or venue has

been confirmed yet.We now encourage everyone to get behind the lads

by displaying the club colours at their homes and businesses.Flags and

bunting can be purchased at Sweeney Todds .

Co Final Programme

Any person or business wishing to get an advert in Co Final Programme

could they contact Brendan Ruane 086 3366505. €25 quarter page €50

half page and €100 full page

Club Notes

Anyone wishing to get matters included in the club notes could they

please email them to the club PRO by Sunday night @

buscarr69@gmail.com

NA CEALLA BEAGA

KILOTTO

This week’s Kilotto numbers were 1,6,7,20 There was no Jackpot winner.

Next weeks Jackpot is at €5,250. There were 2 match 3 winners,

Margaret Cunningham, Tullid and Rose McBrearty, Harbour View Drive.

BINGO

There was no winner of the bingo Jackpot. Next weeks bingo jackpot is

at €3.050 on 45 no.’s. Bingo on every Monday night at 9pm in the

Forresters hall!

FIXTURES

SATURDAY - Reserves and Seniors home to St.Nauls at 3.30pm and 5.00pm

SUNDAY- U13 girls COUNTY FINAL V St.Marys, Convoy at 2pm in Tir

Conaill Park, Donegal town.

CONGRATULATIONS

Best of luck to Andrew Mullin on Sunday as is will be the man in the

middle for the Senior Championship Final!

Well done to Naomh Ultan on winning the Junior County Final.

THANK YOU

Thanks to everyone who organised and helped out with the Jamsie Boyle

Memorial Tournament on Sunday, it was a lovely day with some great

football played!

Thank you to Seamus McGowan of Daytona Heavy Haulage Ltd who recently

sponsored tops for the Under 16 girls team.

IRISH CLASSES

Anyone who would like to participate in Irish classes please contact

Patricia Murrin, our Irish and Cultural Officer, on 0873119020, if

interested.

AODH RUADH

Football

Aodh Ruadh bounced back from IFC elimination it ideal fashion with a

resounding 5-19 to 3-5 league win over Urris. A comprehensive win and

an impressive performance from Aodh Ruadh. In defence Niall Harley

shone from the start, with Calum ‘Cookie’ O’Halloran also making good

use of the ball. Nathan Boyle continued his good form from the IFC

semi-final here with an acrobatic, all-action display of fetching,

kicking and prompting. Diarmaid McInerney was on fire and was good

value for his hat trick haul. Seamus Kane, Sticky Ward and David

McGurrin made life a pure misery for the Urris defence, finishing with

2-7 between them and creating about the half as much again for others.

We have a full match report and pictures from the game up

onaodhruadh.org.

Packie McGrath will be looking for his men to maintain the momentum

this week as Aodh Ruadh head to Bridgetown chasing points against

Naomh Bríd to maintain the pressure on Burt and Milford in division

three’s top two places. The senior game throws-in at Páirc Naomh Bríd

at 5pm and is preceded by the reserves at 3.30pm.

Our Ballyshannon Shoe Company Indoor Winter Leagues got off to a

rip-roaring start on Friday last with 36 under 8s giving it their all

in the new hall at Coláiste Cholmcille. The Saints top the league

after the first set of round robins, but it’s still very much all to

play for this Friday on the final night of the under 8 league. We are

playing from 6pm to 8pm with the second set of round robins followed

by shield semi-final and final and then the cup final. Medals and

trophies presented afterwards. Because we will be in the hall for two

hours each night there will be a charge of €4 per head to cover the

cost of the hall. Please bring your own water and wear runners as no

other footwear allowed. Remember, great quality footwear available at

our indoor league sponsors, Ballyshannon Shoe Company! The under 10

and under 12 indoor leagues will work on a similar format with the

under 10 league running off on Friday October 23rd and Friday October

30th, while the under 12 league will take place on Friday 6th November

and Friday 13th November. We have some pictures from last Friday’s

action in the league up in the aodhruadh.org image gallery.

There is a Bord na nÓg meeting on Wednesday 14th October. This will be

our last monthly meeting before our AGM, so a big turnout is requested

from all committee members.

Ladies

Aodh Ruadh under 13 girls booked their place in the county final

against Saint Eunan’s with a late late show against Buncrana in Father

Tierney Park last Saturday. The Shamettes got off to the perfect start

with shooting star Bridín Maguire hitting the net. Aodh Ruadh were on

top for long periods of the half and there were further first half

goals from Eimear O’Brien and Roisín Daly as Aodh Ruadh went in at the

break leading 3-2 to 2-0. However the Inishowen girls upped the ante

significantly after the interval. They raided for two quick goals

before poaching their fifth of the day as Ballyshannon pressed to pull

back the deficit. After that the Shamettes peppered the Buncrana goals

with shots, but the Inishowen side put on a magnificent rearguard

action and it looked very much like Aodh Ruadh were going to draw a

blank from this tie. However with five minutes left Bridín Maguire hit

a brilliant individual goal before bravely winning the penalty which

put Ballyshannon back in front. After that the floodgates opened and

the scores flowed for Aodh Ruadh. Roisín Daly and Ella Clancy added

further goals as Buncrana were reeling. That scoring spree proved

important as Buncrana hit a further 1-2 in the six minutes of added

time to show their fighting qualities. Bridín Maguire was Aodh Ruadh’s

player of the game with an outstanding attacking display, but this was

a win built around the defence and midfield Leah Travers, Síofra

Hughes, Lucy McGlynn, Aisling Gallagher and Caitlin McGarrigle were

all superb in defence while the midfield pairing of Ella Clancy and

Caoimhe Keon covered every blade of grass on the pitch in an immense

display. Up front Bridín Maguire got great help from Eimear O’Brien

and Katie O’Brien . The county final will be this coming weekend, but

at the time of writing we still had no firm information on day, venue

or time.

Hurling

Best of luck to Coláiste Cholmcille senior hurlers who are up against

a strong Coláiste Fierste team in the Casement Shield quarter-final in

the Tyrone Centre of Excellence at Garvaghey this Thursday.

Advertise in Father Tierney Park

The Club wishes to review and update the advertising hoardings at the

Father Tierney Park. Each member of the Club Committee is asked to

sell one hoarding before November 10th. Details will be provided to

club committee members in the coming week. Any business or

organisation wishing to take a hoarding can make direct contact with

of the club’s Park and Development Committee Officers, Tom Daly, John

Magee, Conal Gallagher, David McLoone or Peter Conlon.

Abbey Centre Bingo

Last week’s €400 bingo jackpot was won by Mrs Teresa Anderson of

Cashelard. The snowball prize was not won, so now stands at €250 on 48

numbers or less. Bingo as usual this Friday at 9pm at the Abbey

Centre. Books priced at just €10. The bingo team are requesting help

from any volunteers happy to give up a couple of hours on the

occasional Friday night, as the workload is falling on the shoulders

of just a few. Anybody willing to help should contact David McLoone at

087-7760172, Conal Gallagher at 086-2112812, or Patsy Quinn at

087-1724940.

Club kit for Christmas

We still have official club shorts available to order. They are

O’Neill’s, so top quality kit. Kids sizes (24 and 26) cost €18, while

adult sizes (28, 30, 32, 34, 36 and 38) cost €22. We have samples

available. Contact Chris Kelly on 0868813553 to place your order. Our

navy blue soft shell jackets are also back on sale for Christmas

order. We have three youth sizes available. Ages 7-8 priced €40; ages

9-10 priced €40; and ages 11-12 priced €45. All jackets will have the

Aodh Ruadh and GAA crests, plus the child’s initials on the sleeve. We

are also able to order Ladies soft shell jackets with pink Aodh Ruadh

crest and GAA logo. We are also selling adult jackets. You can check

outsamples of the shorts and jacket on aodhruadh.org. For further

details call Chris on0868813553.

Aodh Ruadh Lotto

There was no winner of last week’s Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot of €1,500.

The winning numbers drawn were 1, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 18. In the lucky

dip €20 went to Marie Gallagher, Erne Street; Jack Lyons, East Rock;

Liam McGowan, Cloghore; Teresa Herron, Bishop Street; and Barney

Cullen, Cluain Barron.. Next draw in McGinley’s with a Jackpot of

€1,600 on Sunday at 8.30pm.

The lotto team for McCosker’s Centra this Saturday is: SENIOR HURLERS.

You can receive the club notes by e-mail every Tuesday morning. To

subscribe, enter your details on the website, www.aodhruadh.org, or

e-mail your request to info@aodhruadh.org.

ST MICHAEL’S

Seniors Win All County League Division 1

Congratulations to the seniors who recorded a comprehensive victory

over St. Eunans in Letterkenny on Saturday last to win Division 1 of

the All county league, winning the Democrat Cup. This is the first

senior all county title for the club, well done the team and

management who have been in brilliant form all year in the league. The

club also won a Donegal Senior Gaeltacht Title some years ago.

Both teams are away to Malin on this Saturday evening with the throw

ins 3pm and 4.30pm.

Annual GAA Draw

St. Michael’s club personnel will be coming around with the annual GAA

Draw Tickets in the next fortnight.

The tickets cost €10 each and you will be entered into three separate

draw-club, county and national.

The first prize is a car. Please support your local GAA Club as this

is our only fundraiser this year.

St. Michael’s Mini Lotto €5950 this week

There was no Jackpot winner in the St. Michael’s Mini Lotto on Sunday

night last; The numbers drawn were 1,3,5,7,9,18. There were four

Match 5 Winners Geraldine Alcorn Hornhead, Grace Alcorn Figart

Dunfanaghy, James Gunn Ard Cois Locha Creeslough and Margo McLean

Magheramena Dunfanaghy who won €25 each. This weeks Jackpot be €5950.

The Club would like to thank Brian and Margaret Anne Dolan, Molly’s

Bar Dunfanaghy, Seamus Sweeney Kildarragh Construction Philadelphia,

Shaun Langan Creeslough Pallets and Michael McColgan Dunfanaghy for

their continuing sponsorship of the lotto jackpot, it is very much

appreciated.

Tickets are on sale in local businesses in Dunfanaghy and Creeslough

and at the Bingo Session in Massinass Community Centre Creeslough on

Sunday evenings, tickets for the St. Michaels Mini Lotto can now also

be purchased on line anywhere at at onlinelotto on facebook .

Drive Home in Style From The Bingo in Creeslough

You could win a car on every game every Sunday night at the Bingo

Session in the Massinass Community Centre Creeslough by winning a

house on 45 nos or less. Check on 45 Numbers or less with the magic

number in the panel and the lucky number drawn in the first five

numbers of that game, you win the car or €10,000. The normal Snowball

is also in place every night. The Magic Number from 1 to 90 is drawn

out every Sunday night before the bingo begins. In addition every

House winner will receive a free entry to the weekly lotto, this weeks

Jackpot is €5950. The single book is €8. Bingo continues every Sunday

evening at 8pm in the Massinass Community Centre. The €150 on the

snowball game at the Bingo session on Sunday night last was won by Ann

Lafferty Creeslough. This weeks Snowball will be €2020.

This week’s 50 Club winners were: €65 Sarah Ann Ferry Murroe, €35

Stephen McElhinney Magheramena and €25 Bridget Sweeney Magheramena.

Club Gear

Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure is now stocking St Michaels club gear

in children and adult sizes.

Initials can be embroidered on tops if requested in the shop.

St. Michaels Minor Board

Registrations

All players must be registered to take part in training or play games.

To registrar contact your manager or Suzi Roarty on 087 2849214.

Cup/Mugs

Thank you to all those who donated cups and mugs which is greatly

appreciated, however we could still do with more donations please.

Under 10’s

The under 10’s held their last training session on Tuesday 13th

October last and are now finished for the year, thanks to all the

coaches who took part and the parents for their support throughout the

year.

Scor

If anyone interested in taking part in scor please contact St.

Michael’s Scor Officer Nikita Doherty on 0872668252.

Scór is a GAA competition that combines all the colour and rivalry of

Gaelic Games with the social/fun element of Ireland’s traditional

past-times. The competition was established by the GAA in 1969 with

the aim of promoting Ireland’s traditional pastimes and culture while

offering club members the chance to meet up, have fun and represent

their club during the winter months while Football and Hurling had

ceased.

There are eight events/disciplines in Scór that cover all aspects of

Irish culture: Figure/Céilí Dancing, Solo Singing, Instrumental Music,

Recitation/Scéalaíocht, Ballad Group, Novelty Act, Question Time and

Set Dancing. The competition is divided into two age levels, Scór Na

nÓg, for young people under 17 and Scór Sinsear, for those over 17.

Just like the All-Ireland Football and Hurling Championships clubs

taking part in Scór must first take part in a county championship. The

winners go on to the provincial championship and then the All-Ireland

Final.

It is interesting to note the All Ireland Scór champions are presented

with their medals by the President of the GAA, winners are All-Ireland

Champions in their own right in the same way as All-Ireland Senior

Football or Hurling Final winners!

CLOUGHANEELY

Ba iad Réalt na Mara, Bun Dobhrán, na cuairteoirí go Páirc Naomh

Fionán Dé Sathairn seo chaite. Bhí an bhuaidh ag foireann tacaíochta

Chloich Cheann Fhaolo 4-07 |0-02.

Bhí foireann laídir ag Bun Dobhráin sa chluiche shinsireach. Ní raibh

mórán idir na foirne sa chéad leath. Ach thug Réalt na Mara

taispeántas breá sa dara leath agus bhain said 2-12|1-08.

It was a top of the table clash as Cloughaneely hosted Realt Na Mara

at Páirc Naomh Fionán on Saturday evening last; however it was the

intermediate finalists who clinched the coveted 2 points. The first

half progressed on a point for point basis with the score ending all

square at the half time whistle at 5 points apiece. Shaun McGarvey

contributing 4 points to Cloughaneely’s first half tally, with John

Fitzgerald clinching their 5th. Christy Keaney and Tommy Hourihan were

the sharp shooters for the visitors in the opening half.

The 2nd half proved to be a much different affair with Bundoran making

their intention clear from throw-in; which saw the ball find its way

to star player Jamie Brennan who expertly put away Bundoran’s first

goal of the game. Bundoran drove forward from that point and, thanks

the duo of Keaney and Hourihan, rattled over an additional 5 points

without response. Despite some great defensive work from

Cloughaneely’s Ciaran McGeady and some great runs from substitute

Ciaran McFadden, Cloughaneely failed to have their 2nd half efforts

registered on the scoreboard until the 49th minute thanks to a Darren

McGeever free; which was quickly followed up by a point from Eugene

McGuire. In the 22nd minute a Cloughaneely ball found its way into the

goal mouth and, amidst a flurry of black and amber jerseys,

Cloughaneely’s Paul Sweeney managed to get a touch to the ball to

guide it into the net to register a much needed goal for Cloughaneely.

Darren Ferry hit the home-sides final point of the game in the 25th

minute. Bundoran’s 2nd half scoring frenzy had not yet come to an end

and the final 5 minutes saw Jamie Brennan contribute an additional

goal after another great run as well as adding a 2nd point to his

tally. A final point from Paul Brennan was slotted over just before

the full time whistle.

CCF: Shaun McClafferty, Cian McFadden, Kevin McFadden, Ciaran McGeady,

Eugene McGuire (0-01), Paddy Cannon, Lee O’Brien, Paul Sweeney (1-0),

Darren McGeever (0-01, 1F), Darren Ferry (0-01), Shaun McGuire, Kevin

Mulhern, John Harley, Shaun McGarvey (0-04, 2F), John Fitzgerald

(0-01).

Halloween Disco

There will be an adult fancy dress disco with Dj Ed held in Óstan Loch

Áltan on Saturday Oct 31st! Promises to be a great night! Doors open

at 11 PM and prize for best dressed on the night!

Facebook/Twitter

Please find us on facebook and follow us on twitter (@clgcloughaneely)

for regular updates on what’s going on in the club as well as live

game updates!

Pouletpoo Competition

Many thanks to all who entered into and supported our Pouletpoo

competition! Special thanks to Danny Curran for supplying the chickens

for the event! The lucky square was 23 and we had 3 winners – John

Cannon (Gweedore Bar), Denis P Coll (Meenlaragh), and Hugo McFadden

who won €100 each, congratulations!

FOUR MASTERS

Coaching Academy

The coaching academy for 4-7 year old boys and girls continues on

Saturday morning in Tír Cónaill Park from 11am to 12:30pm. The academy

coaches the basics of hurling, camogie and football alongside drills

in agility, balance and co ordination. Thanks goes to all the TY’s,

parents, coaches and club members that help out each week with the

coaching, administration, car parking and the tea room.

Mini Leagues

The mini leagues for 4-7 year old’s continues on Wednesday night from

4:45pm to 5:45pm in Tír Cónaill Park. The league consists of small

sided games, new players always welcome.

U12 Boys Football

Training for next years U12 boys football team continues for the next

five weeks on Wednesday night (6pm to 7:15pm) in Tír Cónaill Park. The

club has excellent numbers at this age group with up to 40 boys

attending each week which bodes well for the future.

U13 Girls Football

The U13’s play Glenswilly this Sunday morning at 11am in the County

Final. The game takes place in Tír Cónaill Park, all support welcome

for the girls. There are two other girls finals on afterwards as well

on the pitch.

U13 Boys Football

The U13’s finished fifth in the Southern League after two wins, two

losses and one draw. The lads improved as a team from the start of the

league to the finish, being competitive in all their games.

U14 Boys Football

The U14’s played Kilbeggan from Westmeath last weekend in a challenge

game in Tír Cónaill. Local man and former club player Michael Murphy

manages the Kilbeggan team and was delighted to play his home club in

a game. Thanks goes to Ian McKenna, John Sinclair and the U14 players

for helping ensure game the game happened at short notice.

U16 Boys Football

The U16’s lost out to MacCumhaills 4-13 to 0-11 on Sunday morning in

the County Semi Final in St Mary’s Convoy. The lads didn’t perform to

their capabilities which was the biggest disappointment on the day. A

physically strong MacCumhaills team scored a number of goals and

points from turnovers and mistakes in the first half which left us

chasing the game. Best performers on the day for were Bryan Fegan at

fullback who won the ball ahead of his man on numerous occasions, Ben

Sweeney in the full forward line who did well when the ball was kicked

inside and Colum McDonnell who tried hard throughout. Thanks goes to

all the players, coaches Enda Bonner and Aidan McGroary for their

continued hard work and commitment throughout the year.

Pauric Harvey (U16 manager)

Reserves win well

The reserves didn’t let the disappointment of last week’s championship

county semi-final defeat linger too long producing a strong league

victory against Glenswilly on Saturday. Both squads had players

unavailable so it was a chance for others to shine. Two players in

particular demonstrated to the home team management that maybe they

should have been in the championship team last week, these being Ray

Balougan who had a storming game demonstrating his pace, power and

score-taking to notch 3 very good points. Ryan Muldoon also hit

formscoring six points from wing-forward; 3 placed balls and 3 from

play. However, this was an all-round team performance with Charlie

Gallagher patrolling the defence Conor Rooney and Darren Walsh

controlling midfieldand all six forwards testing the opposition at

every opportunity. Special mention must go to our goalkeeper and

captain on the day Paul Cannon who has had a great season with the

Reserves with his shot-stopping, assuredness under the high ball and

diversity of kick-outs impressive. Glenswilly, with one eye on the

Reserve Championship county final, kept going until the end, but it

was the Masters day.

Paddy Muldoon (Reserve coach)

Seniors defeat Glenswilly

Four Masters 4.13 Glenswilly 0.06

Four Masters collected 2 valuable league points on Saturday evening

with a convincing win against Glenswilly. Both teams were missing a

number of regulars but served up an excellent game, which wasn’t

decided until the final quarter, when Four Masters scored 2-08 without

reply.

Michael Doherty and Sean o’Kennedy were early on the scoring register

with 1-03 between them before Oisin Crawford opened the visitors

account. On 15 minutes an excellent counter attack from Four Masters

resulted in Danny McGarrigle squaring to the busy Sean Meehan to fist

to the net and open a comfortable lead of 2-03 to 0-01 for Four

Masters. Meehan was to go on and have an excellent game. Glenswilly

then responded with 3 on the bounce from Gerard McGrenra, Conor Harkin

and Caolan McFadden, with Michael Doherty also adding to his tally.

Half time 2-04 to 0-04.

Gerard McGrenra was having a great battle with Barry Monaghan and set

up Brian Farrelly to reduce the deficit to 5. Philip O’Donnell had

left his net minding duties at half time to move to the opposite

square and pointed a free after Michael Doherty had added another.

This however was to be Glenswillys final contribution as Four Masters

gave one of their better performances of the season to score 8 points

without reply, added to by 2 goals from Michael Doherty and Dillon

Muldoon.

A good all round performance from Four Masters with Ryan Haughey in

particular making some excellent saves to keep another clean sheet.

Conor Breslin, after shining in the reserve game made his senior debut

which will no doubt be one of many senior outings in years to come.

Gerard McGrenra proved that he is still an intelligent player and was

assisted by Leon Kelly and Joe Gibbons in giving good performances for

the visitors.

Four Masters - Ryan Haughey, Daire Quinn, Kevin Breslin, Ryan

O’Donnell, Enda Bonner, Barry Monaghan, Josh Lacey (0-01), Leo McHugh

(0-01), Dillon Muldoon (1-00), Sean O’Kennedy (1-03), Michael Doherty

(1-05), Danny McGarrigle, Raymie McGroary (0-01), Patrick Reid, Sean

Meehan (1-03). Subs used - Conor Breslin, Conor Rooney, Darren Walsh

Charlie Gallagher.

Glenswilly - Philip O’Donnell (0-01), Ciaran Hunter, Eamon Ward, Gary

McDaid, Oisin Crawford (0-01), Leon Kelly, Conor Harkin (0-01), Joe

Gibbons, Caolan Kelly, Ryan Diver, Gerard McGrenra (0-01), Brian

Farrelly (0-01), Darren McGinley, Caolan McFadden (0-01), Ethan

Sweeney.

GLENFIN

Lotto numbers for 6/10/2015; Jackpot €1750: 3, 8, 5, ,1 7, 6, ,2 4.

Ann T Gallgher matched 3 numbers and won €60. Next week’s Jackpot:

€1800.

It is nearly time for the Club Draw in October and we are still short

of our set target in terms of ticket sales. We are therefore asking

anyone who can give even one evening to go out and sell tickets to

contact Sean Bonner on0872608539 or Seamus Herron on 0879195467.

Well done to our Reserves and Seniors who both made good second half

comebacks to beat Naomh Columba on Saturday.

Our 3rds are in action against Glenties this coming Saturday at home

in the league. Throw-in at 5pm.

NAOMH COLMCILLE

The senior team created history at O’Donnell Park on Sunday afternoon

when they reached the Intermediate Final for the first time in the

club’s history. A tremendous performance throughout the match gave the

lads a deserved victory with an 11 point margin at the end.

Michael Lynch got the Red and Whites off to a great start in the

opening minute with a point from a 45. Fanad’s first effort resulted

in a wide, and Naomh Colmcille followed suit with a couple of wides of

their own. A long range Michael Lynch free after a foul on Gerard

Curran doubled the advantage. The next Fanad attack ended with another

wayward shot. Willie Gillespie went on a probing run towards goal, but

Mark Dowds was unable to convert the pass from a very tight angle.

Eddie Gillespie was off target with an effort but was to make amends

later in the half. The next effort came to his brother William who got

a touch to the ball to knock it past Paul O’Connor in the Fanad goals,

only for a defender to get back to clear the ball before it had

crossed the line. Joe Donaghy got Naomh Colmcille’s third point midway

through the half, when he scored a pointed free after he had been

fouled. Another wide was registered for Naomh Colmcille before a

lengthy delay due to an injury to one of the Fanad players. Michael

Lynch stroked over another long range free on resumption of play

before Fanad Gaels finally raised a white flag in the 22nd minute.

Another pointed free from Joe Donaghy and a point from Mark Dowds left

the score at 0-1 to 0-6 in favour of Naomh Colmcille. Ryan McKinley

won possession and Eddie Gillespie surged through the heart of the

Fanad Gaels defence before firing an unstoppable shot to the net in

the 25th minute. Fanad Gaels scored the final three points of the

half, with another wide for Naomh Colmcille, leaving the score at the

interval Fanad Gaels 0-4 1-6 Naomh Colmcille.

A foul on Mark Dowds gave Joe Donaghy another opportunity with a free

at the start of the second half, and Joe duly obliged to extend the

lead to 6 points. Fanad wasted two placed ball opportunities before

good play involving Willie Gillespie gave Joe Donaghy a scoring chance

and he wisely fisted a point from a tight angle. Gary McDaid made a

fine save to deny Fanad Gaels although a point resulted from the

follow-up play. Joe Donaghy replied with another point. A Fanad

pointed free was followed soon after by a Willie Gillespie point from

a Michael Friel pass. The next Naomh Colmcille effort was waved wide.

Fanad then got in for a goal to reduce the deficit to 4 points with 9

minutes remaining. The next Naomh Colmcille free was short, but any

Fanad Gaels hopes of a comeback similar to last week were extinguished

when Mark Dowds fired to the roof of the net as the game approached

full time, sending the Red and White army wild in expectation of a

first final appearance at the grade. There was still time for Don

Hegarty to add a point, and another wide to be registered, before

Conor Grant delivered the final blow with Naomh Colmcille’s third goal

in stoppage time.

Full time score Fanad Gaels 1-6 3-11 Naomh Colmcille.

So Naomh Colmcille have an Intermediate final against Bundoran to look

forward to in two weeks time, and it was a case of third time lucky

having failed at the semi-final stage twice in recent years. Great

credit goes to all the players and management for the outstanding

performance in the replay, pushing on right from the first whistle to

the last to ensure success. Well done also to all the supporters for

getting behind the lads in such great numbers at O’Donnell Park

yesterday.

Naomh Colmcille: Gary McDaid, Ricky Hegarty, Alex Devenney, Michael

Friel, Gerard Curran, Oran Hilley, Eddie Gillespie (1-0), Ciaran

Devine, Michael Lynch (0-3, (0-2f, 0-1 45)), Willie Gillespie (0-1),

Daniel Clarke, John Fullerton, Mark Dowds (1-1), Ryan McKinley, Joe

Donaghy (0-5 (0-3 f)). Subs: Paul Friel, Don Hegarty (0-1), Conor

Grant (1-0), Stephen Gallagher.

Fanad Gaels: Paul O’Connor, Fergal Friel, Padraig Heraghty, Francis

Sweeney, Ryan McGonagle, Cathal Martin, Mark Friel, Kevin McElwaine,

Sean McElwaine, Brian McVeigh, Seamus Friel, Johnny Friel, Joseph

Blaney, Michael Sweeny, Martin McAteer. Subs: Eoghan Carr, Ronan

McAteer, Odhran Shiels

The U11s lost out to Naomh Padraig Muff in the Inishowen final on

Friday evening at the Scarvey Buncrana.

The U13s host Milford on Monday (12th) at 6:00 pm.

The Junior Strictly Come Dancing fundraiser will take place on

Saturday 14th November at the Halfway House in Burnfoot. This should

be a great event so mark the date in your calendar now!

There are a limited number of season tickets now available for free

entry to all adult Donegal club league and championship matches

(excluding Naomh Colmcille home games). €30 for the ticket or €50 for

the ticket and Donegal club gear. Contact Alison Ferry.

Naomh Colmcille CLG’s child welfare officer for 2015 is Breda Friel.

If you or child have any issues through out year with coaches or

bullying or other child issues please feel free to contact Breda on

0876393503 and she will try and address the issue. Everyone involved

in coaching or helping out at underage level needs to have completed

the child protection/awareness course. If you have not completed this

course previously, please contact Breda ASAP.

Check out the club’s new Facebook page (Naomh Colmcille CLG – Donegal)

for latest updates on training, match times etc.

Training and Match Schedule.

Information here is correct at the time of compilation of the weekly

notes. Check the Training Schedule section on the club website for

latest updates on training for all age groups. The page will be

updated regularly throughout the week. Updates also on the club’s

Facebook page.

Subscription of €2 per player (up to and including minors) per week

for training. Please make sure you bring your full kit (shorts, track